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Nationalism and Internationalism Reconciled

British Concepts for a New World Order during and after the World Wars

Antero Holmila and Pasi Ihalainen

force of the world will not suffice, … the physical force of the world shall.” 52 Labour MPs did their best to reconcile League internationalism, national sovereignty, and the promotion of the working-class cause. Labour internationalism focused on the

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Populism

The Timeline of a Concept

Juan Francisco Fuentes

contribution and to the influence of the Latin American case he was studying: “In general, populism might be described as a political movement led by a charismatic leader, usually from some discontented sector of the ruling class, who mobilizes an essentially

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The Specter of Communism

Denmark, 1848

Bertel Nygaard

politicocultural hegemony between social classes and political “parties”. At the same time, the particular concept of communism allows us to study a case of what Jacques Derrida termed “spectrality” (or, perhaps better, “spectral otherness”) involved in certain

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Socialisms in the Tsarist Borderlands

Poland and Finland in a Contrastive Comparison, 1830—1907

Wiktor Marzec and Risto Turunen

and Finland from a less fatalistic perspective, and argue that the active choices of popular classes in a way determined the political futures of various states throughout Europe. And one can see that these choices, though made in the past, are

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The Modernity of Political Representation

Its Innovative Thrust and Transnational Semantic Transfers during the Sattelzeit (Eighteenth to Nineteenth Centuries)

Samuel Hayat and José María Rosales

, relying on regular elections to select the wisest, and often richest, members of society—a system soon to be called representative government. In many countries, this conceptual polarity both influenced and was a result of class conflicts and rivalries

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Christina Oesterheld

sobriety and restraint preached by the reformers and a last resort for feeling and practicing romantic love when the courtesan’s soiree was no longer available to respectable middle-class men. Print culture and the gramophone took the place of the courtesan

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Eugenia Gay, Philipp Nielsen, Emanuel Richter, and Gregor Feindt

socialism. The author, in contrast, argues for Poststalinism as a period of thorough revision of Stalinist epistemology, that is, historical and economic determinism and class conflict, and the establishment of a processual utopia within the collective of

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Heidi Hakkarainen

Britain and France, moral philosophy became intimately interlinked with emotions, as the nineteenth-century middle classes understood moral sense as being dependent on the cultivation of appropriate feelings. The capacity to feel compassion was supposed to

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Jean Terrier

) mere cultural or social diversity, (2) conflictive pluralism (a social fact) understood as the “number and pattern of relatively enduring cleavages” (such as religion, language, ideology, class, and so forth) to consider when seeking to characterize

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Science, Customs, and the Modern Subject

From Emulation to Education in the Semantics of Spanish Enlightenment

Pablo Sánchez León

the imitation of more advanced nations, it envisaged that a decided incorporation of the court and the upper classes into market consumption and fashion would institute a virtuous circle, thus assuring that commoners would self-infuse the habits of